bottleneck, noun

Origin:
EnglishShow more Special senses of general English bottleneck the neck of a bottle.
slang
a. A mixture of marijuana, tobacco, and sometimes other substances, pressed into the broken-off neck of a bottle and smoked through the bottle mouth; cf. pipe sense 2 a. b. The broken-off neck of a bottle, used as a pipe in this way; cf. dagga pipe sense (a), see dagga noun2 sense 3 b. Also attributive.
1977 [see dagga pipe dagga noun2 sense 3 b].
1987 Scope 20 Nov. 41White pipes were on the menu that morning. Dagga and mandrax mixed into a lethal bottleneck combo.
1992 South 27 Feb. 4There’s no room for theorising or analysis at bottleneck level.
A mixture of marijuana, tobacco, and sometimes other substances, pressed into the broken-off neck of a bottle and smoked through the bottle mouth;
The broken-off neck of a bottle, used as a pipe in this way;

Visualise Quotations

Quotation summary

Senses

19871992